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So I was not wowed, but it is beautiful. It is one of many beautiful sites but I would not make a special trip just to see it. Water formation is pretty. We passed on our long hike through the National Park.
We parked at the wayerfall source Lake Yunoko and hiked down some 500 over steps to the lower section of the fall. This allowed us to follow the fall as we walked down and finally view it from the bottom. It's simply magnificent. There's snack...More
We were thing in late November and did the walk from ryuzu falls. We had a light brushing of snow around which was beautiful. At this time of year you won't see the autumn leaves up here cos it's too cold and they've already dropped....More
Close to Oku-Nikko, and you can smell hotspring (Onsen) from the waterfall.
It might be because it was typhoon was coming when i visited here, i'm not sure.
There's small path to go to top of the waterfall. It might take more than 10 minutes,...More
The water from the Yukawa River goes from Lake Yunoko over Yutaki Waterfall (湯滝)to Senjougahara, and then over Ryuzu Falls into Lake Chuzenji and then over Kegon Falls. Hear the roaring falls and see the water tumbling to form a fan-shaped waterfall, from 3 vantage...More
Yutaki falls is an impressive waterfall.
The nature in the area is just beautiful and would suggest to hike in the nature reserve.
There are also Japanese food stands with superb street food. Picture attached.
Hotel Shikisai offered a free tour where a van took us there and we spent about 10 mins taking photo shots of hte Yutaki falls up close. An enjoyable trip where you are so near nature amisdt fresh mountain air.
Take the time to walk the paths
in. Visited in autumn so stunning colours but imagine it would be beautiful anytime of year. Allow time as many stops necessary for photos. Walked from car park at Akanuma took 4 hours round trip with stops. So...More